Call for Posters
PLDI’16 will be hosting a student poster session on Wednesday, June 15, 2016 during the PLDI Reception from 6-9pm PST at the conference venue (Fess Parker Doubletree). All students attending PLDI are strongly encouraged to participate, and our goal is to allow as many students as possible to present themselves and their work to the community.
Suitable topics are descriptions of work in progress, thesis projects, honors projects, and relevant research being or to be published elsewhere. Poster topics should target areas of interest to the PLDI community as described in the call for research papers.
This is not a competition, but an opportunity for students to get feedback and suggestions from world-class researchers and also to market themselves as a future employee, PhD student, postdoc, faculty member, etc.
Students presenting a paper at PLDI, LCTES, or ISMM are ineligible to participate in the poster session. Students who are authors on a paper being presented at PLDI are eligible to participate, but the poster topic should be distinct from that of the PLDI paper.
Students participating in the Student Research Competition (SRC) will contribute posters to this session as part of the SRC and should not apply to present an additional poster.
- Submission Deadline:
March 25th, 2016March 31st, 2016 (11:59pm PT); Submission site
- Notification of Acceptance: April 1st, 2106
- Student Poster Session: June 15, 2016
Students with accepted posters are encouraged to apply for PLDI16 student travel support.
Poster drafts (described below) should be submitted via our HotCRP poster site.
Submit a single PDF file on the HotCRP PLDI16 Posters submission system with the following contents (at least 3, at most 5 pages):
- An abstract of at most two pages (preferably just one full page) describing the research you want to present including how it is relevant to PLDI
- A one page draft of your poster (shrink to fit in a single 8.5inx11 in page) in portrait layout
- A letter of support (at most two pages, preferably one) from your academic adviser or PhD supervisor for including your poster in the student poster session at PLDI16
Contact the PLDI16 Poster Chair with questions.
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Pointer analysis for C/C++ with cclyzer
George Balatsouras (University of Athens)
George Kastrinis (University of Athens)
Proof Mining and Proof Synthesis
Afsaneh Rahbar (Rice University)
Performance debugging of memory accesses through convex graph partitioning
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